Body Shop aim to become the world’s most ethical and truly sustainable global business

BodyShopThe Body Shop turns 40 years old this year, having achieved so much over that period they want to continue to be a sustainable company and strive to create a positive future.

Body Shop’s story started with Anita Roddick’s belief in something revolutionary; that business could be a force for good, and in 1976 The Body Shop was born. They’ve always done things differently, broken the mould, been bold and brave.

Today, their commitment is stronger than ever; to enrich, not exploit.

For The Body Shop, this means enriching people as well as our planet, its biodiversity and resources. They’re committed to working fairly with farmers and suppliers and helping communities to thrive. Body Shop products enrich, but never make false promises and are never tested on animals.

Their commitment is underpinned by three pillars and is supported by 14 ambitious but achievable 2020 targets. The three pillars are Enrich our People, Enrich our Products and Enrich our Planet.

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Take a look at The Body Shop’s targets below…

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Find out more about the ‘Enrich Not Exploit’ mission